General Electric Life Cycle Engineering Gearbox Design Engineer in Rivalta di Torino, Italy
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Avio Aero is reinforcing the focus to excellence in aeronautical Mechanical Transmissions (ie accessory drivetrains, turboprop reduction gearboxes, geared engines, helicopter reduction gearboxes, etc).
In this spirit, we are looking for a talented design engineer, with work experience into aeronautical industry, expected to support design activities within Services Engineering organization.
The position is requiring important involvement into investigation for field issues with direct collaboration with product support engineering and overhaul shop and into production processes, through a deep collaboration with the Manufacturing and Supply Chain departments.
In particular the Life Cycle Engineering Gearbox Design Engineer will:
Build technical expertise in aeronautical gearbox components
Support component design activities to achieve the objectives of performance, manufacturability, cost, life
Support and lead investigations activities to understand root cause and final fixing of gearbox field issues
Support the issuing of technical documents (ie models, drawings, reports, specifications) relative to the components design
Interface with the customer to proactively support field and overhaul issues
Proactively support activities with other Company departments (ie GSC, Quality, Product Support) and Suppliers to achieve producibility and manufacturability targets
Support evaluation of Quality Notifications (QN) for gearbox components, ie how to manage defective components
Support Source Substantiation (Validazioni Tecnologiche) activities for gearbox components Qualifications/Requirements:
Master Degree in Mechanical/Aeronautical Engineering from an accredited university
Previous experience in aeronautical gearbox component design
Previous experience in manufacturing and production support activity
Experience of CAD and FEM tools
English and Italian language knowledge, both written and oral
Willingness to directly interact with several internal and external customers
EU Work Permit Desired Characteristics:
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Ability to work independently
Strong problem solving skills. Locations: Italy; Rivalta di Torino